Iris Rebane

Assistant Lawyer


Estonian, English




About me

As an assistant lawyer with the Dispute Resolution & Risk Management practice, I support my colleagues in various litigation matters.

According to Art. 40 (3) of the Bar Association Act, lawyers do not provide legal services. Lawyers assist attorneys.



Professional highlights

Ongoing self-development. Since I believe that university studies alone aren’t sufficient to make a good attorney, I appreciate every opportunity for self-improvement. Besides my studies at university, in order to gain diverse practical knowledge in litigation, I have completed internships at law firms and the Economic Crime Department at the Prosecutor’s Office. I have also reached the top three in the Estonian Moot Court Competition with my team, and participated in the Sorainen Student Academy program.

Teamwork. I am aware that a strong team and good company are the foundation for success, both at Sorainen and outside of work. This is why I became a member of the Estonian Law Students’ Union, where I organise various projects and events for law students. In the Union, I contribute to bringing practical law to law students, thereby building a stronger legal landscape.

Interest in the welfare of society. I respect people who notice injustice in society and take actionable steps to improve society’s imperfections. That’s why I consider it an essential quality to speak out on social issues and tackle important questions. I believe that becoming a respected attorney should go hand in hand with having the courage and willpower to take a firm stand and the ability to express it.

Academic background

– University of Tartu (BA in law)


I am a member of

– Estonian Law Students’ Union